Kitchener Rangers graduate Jonathan Yantsis is moving from one K-town to another.
The 20-year-old has committed to the Queen's University Gaels in Kingston for the 2020-21 season.
Yantsis, who hails from Markham, entered the Ontario Hockey League four years ago as an undrafted free agent.
He would go on to rack up 149 points in over 200 regular season games, which included a 50-goal season in 2018-19.
This past season, he collected 59 points in 63 games.
Queen's has also recruited other OHL grads including goaltender Anthony Popovich and winger Luke Boka.
#GAELSCOMMITTED. We have received the commitment from @OHLRangers forward @jonny_yantsis. Yantsis has scored 89 OHL goals in the past two season, including hitting the 50 mark in a season in 2018-19. Welcome Jonny! #KARMA #ChaGheill🇷🇴 pic.twitter.com/bFbc3s8cUE— Queen’s Gaels Men’s Hockey (@QueensMHockey) June 23, 2020